Anime That Lasts No Longer Than Two Days!

Sarthak Kumar
Jun 08, 2019   •  81 views

AnimeWith <26 Episodes!

1.Noragami: Stay God (25 episodes)

Noragami is a supernatural anime with 2 seasons having 12 and 13 episodes each. Noragami is about Yato, a very "unpopular" god. He meets a human girl named Hiyori after she is met with an accident. Yato and Hiyori, along with Yato's sacred weapon, Yukine, who was once human but now dead goes through many hardships.

The plot is amazing plus a lot of humor. The characters are well built and have great development. There is nothing about Noragami that I would complain. Noragami is a must-watch anime. The soundtracks are really cool too. I am an atheist but I can say I do believe in the delivery god, Yato.

2. Samurai Champloo (26 episodes)

From the makers of Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo is one of the anime that easily takes over your heart. Samurai Champloo follows the story of two samurai warriors Mugen and Jin who happen to meet a 15-year-old girl named Fuu and together they go on a quest across Japan. This series is mostly fun in the beginning and maybe it can get a bit boring but as you proceed you get an in-depth story about each of the characters. The art is really good and the soundtrack is amazing.

3. Steins; Gate (24 episodes)

Steins;Gate is a sci-fi anime that features Rintaro Okabe, a self-proclaimed mad scientist, Hououin Kyouma. He lives with his two friends Mayuri Shiina and Itaru Hashida and runs a 'Future Gadget Laboratory'. Later he meets Kurisu Makise as they somehow invent a time travel gadget. The story unfolds in a very confusing manner and people generally leave it midway. But as the story proceeds, everything gets cleared in a mind-blowing way. Steins;Gate left me thrilled and even made me cry.

4. 91 days (13 episodes)

91 days is an action-thriller anime revolving around the mafia world. This series is about Angelo Lagusa who seeks revenge against a mafia family who murdered his family. The only person left who is close to him is his childhood friend, Corteo. I loved how reality is depicted in this anime.

The animation is smooth and the soundtrack is amazing as the opening is sung by Toru Kitajima from Ling Tosite Sigure and their songs are obviously amazing. With all the crimes, there's a bit of fun too in a few episodes which changed the pace of anime. The ending is realistic too which was disheartening yet amazing